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5 Great Outdoor Apps

We as a culture are constantly on the move, and guidebooks or websites aren’t always something we have access to. Apps that help to facilitate our adventures in the great outdoors can be the difference between going and staying home, because they provide helpful information and a more user-friendly interface than old school maps. The […]

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Camp for Free in Colorado

You know what I love? Camping. You know what I don’t love as much? Paying as much as I would for a hotel room for a night! Luckily, there are plenty of free campsites in and around the front range, and we’ve compiled some for you to get you started!   West Magnolia Ridge 602-610 […]

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5 Colorado Waterfall Hikes

While the saying “it’s about the journey, not the destination” is definitely a good one to take to heart, it’s not always 100% true; especially when the destination is a waterfall. We’ve found five waterfall hikes near Boulder that will really make you excited about the destination. 5. Alberta Falls Located in Rocky Mountain National […]

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Top 5 Colorado Springs Summer Activities

From Garden of the Gods to events at the Air Force Academy, summer in Colorado Springs is never boring. Check out these five activities in Colorado Springs to keep your summer busy. 1. First & Main Summer Concert Series Triangle Park in front of Cinemark hosts a summer concert series every Friday in June and […]

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Colorado Trail Running

How to Have A Safe and Exhilarating Colorado Trail Run

The state of Colorado has a reputation for being a recreational mecca, and trail running is easily one of the most popular activities around. Since the state has approximately 37,254 miles of hiking trails, you’re bound to find a new favorite here if you haven’t already. You can access the map of the trails in […]

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Colorado Christmas Tree Hunting

Christmas is right around the corner and if you haven’t bought a tree yet I would like to offer up a cheaper and much more eco-friendly alternative. Now, this isn’t to detract from any other major religious holiday but if you celebrate Christmas and you don’t have a tree yet then this article is for […]

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Your Outdoor Holiday Gift Guide

With the season of giving well upon us and that major holiday only weeks away, I thought it would be a good idea to create an outdoor holiday gift guide for that adventurer on your list. It can be hard to shop for your outdoor inclined someone on your list, especially if you are more […]

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Hotel Luna Mystica – Glamping Done Right

Hotel Luna Mystica Down in New Mexico at the foot of Wheeler peak and right next to the Taos Mesa Brewery Mothership stands a little-known hotel…if you want to call it that.  Hotel Luna Mystica is what they call it and it is an amazing place dotted with restored vintage trailers, campsites, and even trailer […]

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Hike Zapata Falls This Winter

Just 3 miles south of the Entrance to the Great Sand Dunes National Park is an amazing waterfall that is not that well known and often only lightly trafficked. It is called Zapata Falls and while most tourists head there during the summer to escape the high temperatures at the great sand dunes, the real […]

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5 Reasons To Hit The Slopes With Your Signifiant Other

For some couples, it can be frustrating to go out into a wintery landscape and work together as a team.  I for one say it’s important to get outside as a couple, and learning how to ski or snowboard or even teaching your significant other how can really help build a relationship. Now granted you […]

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